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My views on the world of publishing

The Future of Academic Publishing

This is originally a Keynote presentation I made at the Tejeshwar Singh Memorial Trust’s seminar. I talked around some of the more graphic slides that have no textual clues. I converted the original presentation to an easy-to-watch movie.

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War clouds gathering (again)…

Many of the current generation of Internet users may not remember the original network called Napster. It was envisioned as a basic peer-to-peer file sharing network. It wasn’t unique in any way; there were other such networks before it. But … Continue reading

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Kirtseang the giant killer – villain or hero?

Many of you have probably not heard his name. Kirtseang is originally from Thailand who migrated to the US. The spirit of entrepreneurship that founded America possessed him. He set up a pipeline of buying US college textbooks in Thailand … Continue reading

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